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The Life of Project Managers
by Hélène Pielmeier, Donald A. DePalma, Vijayalaxmi Hegde
June 10, 2013
June 10, 2013

 
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Summary
Your project managers always seem to have something to gripe about. Are their complaints the usual kind of workplace grumbling? Or do they really have something to complain about? If they do, what can you do to ease the concerns of those staff members who are so crucial to meeting your clients’ needs?

Here is what you will find in this report:

•    Executive summary. We provide a concise review of the findings.
•    Findings. We present the results of our survey on project manager job satisfaction, workload, the sources of job satisfaction, and challenges.
•    Analysis. We provide an approach to help eliminate sources of dissatisfaction and then increase satisfaction.
•    Implications. We offer insight on what this means for your company.
•    Related research. We recommend other Common Sense Advisory reports and briefs on related topics.

This report is designed for CEOs, managing directors, owners, and founders of language service providers, as well as their production managers and project team leads. In addition, anyone involved with project management at a language service provider (LSP) will find valuable data and guidance in this report.

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